After a year of PS5 console exclusivity, Bethesda has finally announced that supernatural open world action-adventure Ghostwire: Tokyo will launch for Xbox Series X|S and join Xbox Game Pass in April.
It’s one many of us have been waiting for! Ghostwire: Tokyo is finally coming to Xbox and Windows PC on April 12th. The supernatural open world action-adventure from Xbox Game Studios‘ Tango Gameworks will also be available on day one with Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass.
Ghostwire: Tokyo joins Xbox Game Pass on April 12th
Ghostwire: Tokyo was released around this time last year on PS5 as a limited-time console exclusive, but now that exclusivity is coming to an end and Xbox players will finally be able to play one of Tango Gameworks’ latest games.
In Ghostwire: Tokyo, a dangerous occultist has unleashed supernatural forces on Tokyo’s streets that are causing the city’s population to vanish. You will “ally with a powerful spectral entity on their quest for vengeance and master a powerful arsenal of abilities to unravel the dark truth behind the disappearance as you face the unknown in Ghostwire: Tokyo.”
Bethesda has also announced that Ghostwire: Tokyo is getting a new update alongside the Xbox launch with a bunch of new content. Ghostwire: Tokyo Spider’s Thread brings an all-new game mode that’s separate from the main game and will have you navigate ” a 30-stage gauntlet assembled from over 130 handcrafted levels with one simple goal: get to the end.” By completing levels and beating challenges, you will earn upgrades to become stronger, but if you’re defeated during a run, you will have to start from the beginning, though you will retain some of your upgrades. The update also adds new locations to the main story, new missions, extended story cutscenes, new enemies, and an expanded story mode.
For more games set to join the service in April, check out all of the confirmed games coming to Game Pass.
Will you be checking out Ghostwire: Tokyo when it comes to Xbox Series X|S and Game Pass next month? Let us know!
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